Zweden: Onderzoeksjournaliste noemt nieuw rapport over mobiele telefonie ''klinkklaar bedrog''.

woensdag, 17 februari 2010 - Categorie: Berichten Internationaal

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De Zweedse onderzoeksjournaliste Mona Nilsson reageert op een nieuw rapport van de Zweedse Stralingscommissie waarin de gezondheidsrisico's van mobiele telefonie ontkend worden.
Het is verbijsterend dat men mensen zoveel jaar voor de gek kan houden, aldus Nilsson. Zij stelt vast dat de experts belanghebbende partijen vertegenwoordigen en steeds weer naar zichzelf verwijzen. Zo beroepen zij zich op de WHO en ICNIRP zonder dat het de meeste mensen duidelijk is dat zij zelf banden met die gremia onderhouden. Vaak ook bedotten zij het publiek door te zeggen dat de meerderheid der studies geen schadelijke effecten vertonen en door studies die door Big Telecom gefinancierd zijn niet als zodanig aan te merken. Studies die schadelijke effecten aantonen worden onder tafel geveegd. Als voorbeeld noemt Nilsson onder meer het weglaten van 15 studies die de schadelijke invloed van mobiele telefonie op de voortplanting tonen. Nilsson is auteur van het boek ''Game of 3G - facts and disinformation in the wireless society''. Volgende maand verschijnt een nieuw boek van haar: ''De Gezondheidsrisico's van Mobiele Telefonie''.


New report on mobile phones a real fraud

It is appalling that it is so easy to fool people for so many years, ''says freelance journalist Mona Nilsson on the latest report from the Radiation Safety Authority scientific advice.

According to the group's chairman Anders Ahlbom, there are no health risks from radiation from mobile telecommunications. Mona Nilsson in contrast, believes that the experts themselves are interested parties and the Agency's investigations are merely window dressing. The new report from the Radiation Safety Authority is a compilation of hundreds of research studies conducted on humans, animals and cell cultures. According to the Authority sees no risks such as cancer, effects on human fertility, sleep or genes linked to radiation from mobile communications, reported Swedish Radio.

Mona Nilsson is a freelance journalist and author of the book ''Game of 3G - facts and disinformation in the wireless society'' (2005). She tells The Epoch Times that in examining the issue of risks from electromagnetic fields (EMF) and mobile telephony as a result a foregone conclusion, it is the same experts who sit and ''expertiserar'' about the risks of mobile phones and EMF almost everywhere.

Often they are members or advisory experts to the ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection), the organization that has set the limit to which most nations apply. ICNIRP limit and cherished, in turn, the mobile industry. The limit protects only against the immediate effects of radiation, but not the effects after prolonged exposure, ''explains Mona Nilsson

Mona Nilsson do not think there has been no serious examination of research studies. The result is a foregone conclusion.

- It presents a number of studies showing the risks, but these are subject to criticism. Then he presented a series of industry-funded studies that show no effect, but without industry funding reported. The research is said to be contradictory and ''the majority of studies show no risk.'' A lot of studies showing the risks are simply omitted. For the oinsatte look seriously into it. But if you scratch the surface and examine it all emerges a serious fraud. This is done to defend the huge economic interests.

As an example, mentions Mona Nilsson 15 major studies showing adverse effects on reproduction, both in humans and in animal experiments, not included in the Infectious Disease Control Agency's latest report.

Underlying the report is a group of researchers from five countries: Sweden, Finland, France, USA and UK.

According to Mona Nilsson ICNIRP also a link to the WHO, she explains that the ICNIRP honorary chairman Michael Repacholi has been responsible for WHO's work on the issue of the WHO and marketed the ICNIRP limit. He has tied ICNIRP-experts to the WHO, among them Anders Ahlbom, Leek Kheifets, Rick Saunders and Bernard Veyret in Radiation Protection Authority's scientific advice.

- When the authorities refer to the WHO, it sounds serious and credible. Few know it's the same people who sit on chairs and all the experts that the mobile industry is largely financed the WHO's efforts to market the ICNIRP limit, ''says Mona Nilsson.

Mona Nilsson is deeply concerned about the situation.

- We see that the trees are dying, small birds disappear from the big cities and even seabirds affected. Mobile phone technology is exposing people to very dangerous and it is criminal that there may only continue. If it can continue like this we will have an epidemic of brain tumor cases. And soon begin construction of the 4G-master.

Mona Nilsson will not give up their jobs despite the fact that the public does not seem to take the risks seriously. She hopes that people will soon realize the risks of radiation from mobile telephony before it is too late. In about a month she expects to come out with his new book called mobile radio health risks.

- What drives me is caring about people and the environment. I also feel anger when I know that it deceives people and expose them to great risks under false assurances that risks exist, summarize Mona Nilsson.


Please read earlier articles on the subject:
www.epochtimes.se/articles/2009/06/27/17374.html .
www.epochtimes.se/articles/2009/08/27/17713.html .
www.epochtimes.se/articles/2009/12/12/18277.html .

Het oorspronkelijk artikel is in Zweden verschenen onder de titel:
Ny rapport om mobiltelefonin ett rent bedrgeri



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